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      02.08.2005 20:35

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      Light weight professional fully automatic/manual durable 35 mil camera

      The Pentax MZ-7 is a light wait heavy-duty automatic 35mil still camera with fully manual functions if you would desire it so. With the Pentax MZ-7, Pentax provide all the lovely automatic functions found on all the MZ models (except the MZ-N) the frame of the camera is a mix of plastic and metal, which makes the camera quite durable in ruff as well as preserved environments. It is the perfect 35-mil camera for Students, Amateur and Professionals or throws who just wants to take well exposed pictures without worrying to much about exposure settings. The double exposures is also a very lovely creative contribute. If you are looking to buy an automatic 35 mil, with all the traditional features and a professional touch the MZ-7 will certainly pull its wait without pulling to out of your pocket.

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      10.11.2001 22:49
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      This is an excellent and fun camera to use. I first thought the illuminated control dial was a gimmick, but it really is useful in dim light or when doing night photography. This one has all the features one could want, full auto and manual modes, picture modes, auto pop up flash, it even can do multiple exposures and can, with extra accessory, use a wireless remote shutter release. Exposures are right on the spot. Metal lens mount and many metal reinforcements ensures a long life. In my personal opinion, this camera feels more solid than the competition from Canon and Minolta in this market segment. I like this camera, excellent for beginners, snapshooters and photo amateurs. As Requested by user "JackLover" Standard Specification Autofocus 3-point wide area AF Focus lock Automatic predictive focus Manual User selectable Picture Modes Green Operation, Portrait Program, Landscape Program, Close-up Program and Action Program, Night-Scene Program Aperture Priority Shutter Priority Metered Manual Exposure Modes (1) Auto Picture Mode (Green Operation, Portrait Program, Landscape Program, Close-Up Program, and Action Program); (2) Picture Mode (five Auto Picture programs plus Night-Scene Program); (3) Aperture-Priority AE; (4) Shutter-Priority AE; (5) Metered Manual; (6) Bulb. TTL programmed auto pop-up flash available. Automatic exposure compensation in auto-exposure mode with multi-pattern metering. Metering System Multi (6) Segment Centre weighted Metering uses AF information 1/2000-30 sec shutter (auto) +B Exposure Compensation (+/- 3EV, 1/2 EV steps) Memory lock DX Coded ISO 25-5000 Manual ISO 6-6400 Built-in Retractable TTL Flash Auto pop-up flash in picture modes 28mm flash coverage Red eye reduction Daylight sync Slow sync Film Transport F
      ully auto Single or continuous (2fps) Mid roll rewind possible Multiple exposure Self timer Remote control Other Features Viewfinder dioptre adjustment (-2 to +1 dioptre) Large external LCD panel with auto illumination Auto variable illumination viewfinder LCD Takes 2 CR2 batteries Databack version available Size & Weight 135.5 (W) X 92.0 (H) X 63.5 (D) mm (5.3" X 3.6" X 2.5"). 380g (13.4 oz.) without batteries. Extended Specification Image Size 24mm x 36mm (normal frame). Approx. 13mm x 36mm (panorama frame). Lens Mount Pentax KAF bayonet mount compatible with KAF2, KA and K mounts. Usable Lenses Pentax KAF2, KAF, KA and K-mount lenses (autofocus with KA and K-mount lenses possible using AF adapter). Metering Mode (1) 6-segment multi-pattern metering with FA, F and A lenses; (2) Center-weighted metering with other lenses. Metering Range EV0 ~ EV21 (at ISO100 with f/1.4 lens). Exposure Compensation 3EV (1/2EV steps). Viewfinder Type: Fixed molded penta-mirror type. Focusing screen: Natural-Bright-Matte focusing screen. Field of view: 92% vertically/horizontally. Magnification: 0.7x (with 50mm f/1.4 lens at infinity). Diopter: -2.0 ~ +1.0m-1 (adjustable). Panorama frame: Mechanical black-out type. Viewfinder LCD Panel Indication (with automatic brightness level adjustment): (1) In-focus (2) Smart Flash status (flash-use indication, recharge completion and non- applicable lens warning) (3) External flash status (4) Shutter speed and aperture value, exposure compensation, and out-of-exposure coupling range warning (5) Green Operation, Portrait Program, Landscape Program, Close-Up Program, Action Program and Night-Scene Program (6) Exposure compensation factor (7) Bar-graph (8) Over and underex
      posure indication in Metered Manual (9) Memory Lock Signal External LCD Panel Indication (with automatic illuminator): (1) Film loading, film advance/rewind, loading error (2) Exposure frame number (3) Shutter speed and aperture value (4) Manual-set ISO film speed (5) Exposure compensation (6) Audible PCV signals (7) Flash use recommendation and recharge completion (8) Red-eye reduction flash (9) Non-applicable lens warning (10) Battery exhaustion warning (11) Auto pop-up flash function (12) Self-timer (13) Instant and 3-sec. delay remote control (14) Single, consecutive shooting (15) Multi-exposure Film Handling Loading: Quick auto loading (automatic film advance to first frame). Advance/rewind: Automatic (Mid-roll rewind possible). Advance mode: (1) Single; (2) Consecutive (approx. 2 frames/sec.). Built-In Smart Flash Type: Series-control retractable TTL auto pop-up flash. Guide number: 11 (ISO100/m). Angle-of-view coverage: 28mm wide-angle lens. Daylight sync/slow-shutter sync: Discharge level automatically adjusted. Focusing System Type: TTL phase-matching 3-point autofocus system (SAFOX IV). Usable illumination range: EV-1 ~ EV18 (at ISO100 with f/1.4 lens). Mode: (1) AF (focus lock and predictive AF available); (2) Manual. ISO Film Speed Setting (1) Automatic with DX-coded film (ISO25 ~ 5000). (2) Manual (ISO6 ~ 6400). Self-Timer Electronically controlled type with 12-second delay (Mid-operation cancellation possible). Remote Control Infrared wireless remote control. Instant or 3-second delay release provided. Data Imprinting Available using the optional Pentax Data Back FG. Drive Mode Dial (1) Single advance (2) Consecutive Advance; (3) Self-timer (4) Instant and 3-second delay remote control (5) Multi exposure
      Power Source Two 3V lithium batteries (CR2 type)

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